• The Banks Sisters 3

  • By: Nikki Turner
  • Narrated by: Diana Luke
  • Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (329 ratings)

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The Banks Sisters 3

By: Nikki Turner
Narrated by: Diana Luke
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Publisher's Summary

Just like any dysfunctional family reunion, loyalty, love, and good times soon turn to bitterness, regret, and promises to never see one another again.

At the end of the day, the Banks sisters are no different from any other family in the city of Richmond - other than the fact that they are rotten to the core. Sure, the girls are bonded by DNA, but they're also tied together because of their past of robbing banks, extortion, drug dealing, and even cold-blooded murder. However, that bond means absolutely nothing to them. When it comes down to it, it is every sister for herself, even if it means throwing her siblings underneath the bus to avoid the consequences of their many crimes. Sisterly love be damned; this is survival!

©2017 Nikki Turner (P)2017 Recorded Books

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Waiting for The Banks Sisters 4

Would you consider the audio edition of The Banks Sisters 3 to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the book, just listened to all 3, Nikki Turner can't leave me hanging like this. LOL

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Banks Sisters 3?

Finding out Deidre sold one of her daughters and learning Simone's husband has been lying to her.

What about Diana Luke’s performance did you like?

excellent

Who was the most memorable character of The Banks Sisters 3 and why?

Wolf, he don't play.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed all three books and need another book to follow up from Book 3. I'm hooked now.

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Didn't flow well

I normally love her books. This book confused me and really didn't flow well with the previous 2 books.

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unrelated

narrator was great but this book does not deserve a 4 star rating..it started off all wrong..I started thinking it was a different book...unbelievable...first 3 chapters were awful.

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just ok

This story was a decent listen, but it definitely drug along. The addition of the new characters picked up the story a bit. The potential of some entertaining activity was on the horizon. Unfortunately, you will have to wait for the next installment. T's behavior seemed a bit erratic and out of character. I do like Wolfe. Rydah's character changed mid book. It almost felt as if the author forgot who she was writing about. bThe revelation scene at the end was nerve grating and not in a nail biting i can't wait to hear what you are going to say. Book 4? I'm on the fence about reading anymore about the Banks sisters. But. the promise of more Wolfe may bring me back. Diana Luke's narration was excellent.

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Not my favorite in the series

This story is just okay. I think they are stretching the story longer than what it should be. Also they end each book at such odd places in the story.

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I couldn’t even get into it.

I get this is part of the series but wtf. I couldn’t even get past the first chapter. Idk why it’s started like this. I want to return it but there’s no button for it. Wtf I wasted my money.

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wea the hell ryda come in at

yea all these new ppl was definitely unexpected but so.ehow they linked it with book 2

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Draw dropping

Wow, wow, wow…. When you think you know the characters. This book is to damn juicy!

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Eye opener

Finally finished all 3 Books!!! I am literally searching for part 4 cause it can’t end there. Love the series me and my Husband listen while we remodel our apartment.

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OMG!!! I need More!

Don't leave me hanging like this Nikki! This installment had a few twist and surprises. I was caught off guard by the new discoveries in this one. I am glad the sisters were able to meet but Talia was doing too much for me. I really need the next book so I can see how things work our for Rydah and Wolf. Overall a great book and I love how the characters are evolving.